Obama-appointed Judge Blocks Rudy Giuliani from Defending Himself in Court – Giuliani Responds in War Room Interview

In a surprising turn of events, a Washington DC jury ruled in favor of plaintiffs Ruby Freeman and Shaye Moss in their lawsuit against Rudy Giuliani. The jury has ordered Giuliani to pay $148 million to the two Georgia election workers after they alleged defamation due to his claims of their involvement in voter fraud during the 2020 election in Georgia.

Despite the fact that at the time of the 2020 election, both Freeman and Moss were reported to have had modest incomes, it was revealed that Moss’s pre-tax income was actually $259,000 in at least one of the years since the election. Following the election, the two women gained recognition in the mainstream media and were honored by President Joe Biden with Presidential Citizens Medals for their contributions to democracy surrounding the events of January 6, 2021.

According to reports from The Gateway Pundit, the DC jury awarded Freeman and Moss $100 million more than what their attorneys had initially asked for, totaling $148 million. The amount will be divided between the mother and daughter.

In response to the ruling, Giuliani expressed his intention to appeal the decision to The Gateway Pundit’s Jordan Conradson. Meanwhile, on The War Room with Steve Bannon, Giuliani criticized Judge Beryl Howell, claiming that she had denied him the opportunity to defend himself in her courtroom.

Furthermore, Giuliani pointed out that the plaintiffs were represented by prominent east coast lawyers and suggested that the case was politically motivated, given the connections of the individuals involved. He also criticized the judge for what he saw as bias against him and a lack of opportunity to present evidence in his defense.

The former mayor of New York City expressed his disbelief at the verdict and the conduct of the trial, insinuating that Judge Howell had displayed biases and prevented him from presenting crucial evidence to support his case.

Giuliani’s statements shed light on the intricacies of the case and his perspective on the handling of the trial. His intention to appeal the ruling suggests that the legal battle is far from over, and the outcome of the case is likely to remain a topic of interest in the coming days.


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